Invisible Touch (studio album) by Genesis (UK)
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The best album by Genesis (UK) is Selling England By The Pound which is ranked number 129 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 11,838.
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Awesome 80s pop/rock album
It works quite well as a pop rock record, it has this bombastic 80s production, but for me it's not a problem. Lyrics are mostly corny, but tolerable, the sound of Invisible Touch and Land Of Confusion is great and catchy. My favorite parts of the record are definitely more progressive Tonight, Tonight, Tonight and Domino Medley, these tracks are the most epic moments on the record. The weakest element here are slower songs in the middle - In Too Deep and Anything She Does, they sound bland and uninteresting compared to the rest of the album.
Not my favorite Genesis album because it is too much pop and not enough prog, but it is still a good album that deserves to be better appreciated! Songs like Domino and Tonight, Tonight, Tonight are still inventive pieces of music, just different than before!
Powerpoprock of the 80s is always good for your mind and body.
Unfairly underrated by Genesis fans due to Phil Collins pop sensibilities bleeding in at this point.. to me these songs are full of soul and artistry. Solid album.
Probably stronger than Shapes. The standouts are Tonight and Domino. I like the title track, The Brazilian is quirky and Throwing It All Away is a great pop song. Overall pretty decent.
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Nice laid back album of pop as I would describe it. Most tracks enjoyable and an easy listen.
A much-maligned album by hardcore Genesis fans that gets much more hate than it deserves. Yes, it's got some really poppy moments, but they're pretty inoffensive and often quite catchy. Some are even rather excellent (Throwing It All Away). There's also a nice political rocker in Land of Confusion and surprising but much-welcomed prog-pop epic in Domino. Dig deeper than the pop here and you'll find some solid stuff. Aside from Genesis' debut, you could make the argument that this is Genesis' worst album up to this point in time, and you'd have an argument, but I wouldn't go as far as calling it a bad album when there's so much treasure hidden underneath the radio favorites. Not a bad album in the slightest, just uneven.
The title track, Tonight, Tonight, Tonight, Land of Confusion, Domino, and The Brazilian are pretty great. The rest of the tracks are not good.
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